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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'll make this post short and sweet considering how far behind I am on posting.
London ended somewhat stressfully as our alarm didn't go off and we ended with about 15 minutes to finish packing, get dressed, and leave the hotel to catch the tube to the airport in time. We made it, but man, could have done so with a little less worry!
... beautiful about the chaos, something about how the noise, the lights, the smells, and the people combine to produce a picture of real human life. With the image of the streets still on our minds we sat down around a large table and prepared for the Indian goodness we were about to enjoy. We ordered chicken Biriyani, Shai Paneer, to many Naans to count! We all shared stories and heard about some interesting ER cases that Adam had witnessed. ...
... the rickshaw driver had no clue where he was going. What a coincidence, neither did we! He pulled over to ask a woman who was very nice and must have given him some sort of directions. The ride was long. I fell asleep! That was a first. Jacci said people were laughing at me. Classic. We pulled over to ask another man where we were going as well. He pointed over to a placed called Himalaya's Bookstore and told us it was near there. Okay, so we got dropped off right there. ...
... I find myself trying to get away from them quickly. They follow you but the truth is they are just looking for food and they really wont just attack. Before dinner we were once again using some of the internet.I was able to add some pictures as was everyone else. We have so many. I didnt even put all of the ones up of all of the monuments because that would take days and I dont want to spend all of my time in front of the computer. We went down to dinner ...
... for a street display as part of the Guru Nanak Jayanti festival.
As soon as we boarded the train, we could hear them signing, shouting and making music ...